“Far Eats,” a restaurant open at Zero4 Naccache serves Sushi in an unconventional space that looks trendy with modern vibes. Pub/restaurant, Asian and classy, the place feels relaxing from the minute you walk in. I loved the high ceiling, the big library, the display of sake bottles, the open bar and Chinese umbrellas decorating the ceiling. Look for the painting embracing the concrete column, the plates decorating all walls and the window access to the kitchen.
Open for around nine months, “Far Eats” has been recommended by many of my friends that’s why, visiting Zero4 for the first time, I chose to start here. Enjoyable music, professional service, and a wide choice of Asian creations, I felt happy and transported. Dinner starts with a basket of fried Asian chips and a side of chili sauce.
On the menu: sushi, sashimi, noodles, Poke, soups, salads, starters, Bao buns, Bibimbap, from the wok, robata grill, and desserts. Make sure you ask your waiter about “garlic” content because several "entire sections" contain garlic as well as many plates; the chef and waiter helped us find solutions.
Details I like: the red plates. The high-end wooden chopsticks. The water glasses quality. The wooden ashtrays. The cutlery box. The wooden garden tables. The design lamps coming down from the ceiling. The red floor.
- Exceptional starters; great looking plates, tasting the real flavors of Asia. Quinoa poke, sticky rice, salt and pepper squid, sticky bao buns, tempura shrimp and crab salad. I enjoyed every single plate I had tonight. Fresh ingredients, much passion, and endless love poured into every plate. I loved the sticky rice and side of salmon cream. The squid has a special shape and taste. The poke reminded me of the ones I had in New York. The tempura shrimp is not oily, crunchy and loaded with flavors. The bao bun is a spot on; I loved the texture, stickiness and sweet filling.
- The main courses; The sushi and maki rolls, the noodle salad, the salmon tataki, and the scallops... everything was so good! Bravo for the flavors, for the simplicity, for the balance of ingredients and the plates presentation. Excellent fish and seafood quality and gourmet sauces offering a great experience. Small sized maki rolls, they are easier to eat and enjoy; even though sweet, I loved them! They feel classy and subtle without a load of sauces or bulky shape. The most important thing is that the sushi plate doesn’t have the cheap plastic leaves. Robata grill for last, tender and juicy meat served with rice and grilled vegetables.
Good to know: sushi rolls are gluten-free.
You have to try the caramelized banana with passion fruit and crunchy sugar bits. It was the first time that I eat in an Asian restaurant, slices of bananas, caramelized and not fried. Even though it would have been better with a scoop of ice cream, I liked it.
A great experience I will repeat and will recommend to all my friends.